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World Poetry Day 2021: UNESCO Cities of Literature bring vibrancy and hope

For World Poetry Day 2021, twenty-three Cities of Literature are coming together to honour poets and celebrate one of humanity’s most treasured forms...

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Making Poetry From Pain: Guest Blog by Charlie-Dawn Sadler

Winner of the MyVoice Creative Writing Competition, Charlie-Dawn shares her perceptions about how pain and writing are intertwined.

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NTU Graphic Design students champion the city’s poetry in new project

​In celebration of Nottingham’s literary heritage, Graphic Design students at Nottingham Trent University connected with six talented poets from the...

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Sunshine in Your Pocket: A Poetic Response To Lockdown

Lockdown has spurred many into action, using words to bring some light to others. We were very impressed by this from a local poet, who picked up her...

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Nottingham Poetry Festival – a brief look at the dazzling line up

It's back! In just a few short weeks, Nottingham Poetry Festival will be highlighting our home-grown talent while attracting the cream of...

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Diggin' Graves: The Sharpest Poet in Town

Alan Dawson meets the debonair Andrew Graves, aka Mulletproof Poet, to talk books, Bradbury and Bagpuss

Pubs, Pints and Poetry: A Look Round Nottingham Poetry Festival

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature volunteer Carol Williams tells us of some of her Nottingham poetry Festival highlights.

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